NC Arts Council publishes the latest artist opportunities

November 11th – RALEIGH – The North Carolina Arts Council has reported on a number of opportunities across North Carolina for artists of various genres.

Every opportunity is available to artists nationwide. For details on how to apply, visit the website:

New opportunities

— The Arts & Science Council (ASC) accepts qualifications from professional artists or artist teams for inclusion in its regional artist directory. This directory is intended to expand the reach of ASC’s public art project, create more opportunities for artists in North Carolina and South Carolina, and include artists who may be new to the public art commission process. The closing date for entries is December 5th.

– South Arts is accepting applications for its Jazz Road Tours grant program from jazz artists who wish to develop touring to communities across the country.

– The 27th annual North Carolina Seafood Festival in Morehead City invites NC artists to submit their work to create the 2023 commemorative poster.

– Artsplosure is accepting submissions from artists interested in exhibiting at the Raleigh Arts Festival in May 2023.

— UAE is looking for 2D, 3D, video and installation art submissions for the COSO 2023 Biennial. The aim of COSO is to explore what artists and makers in the regional South are currently thinking, discussing and working on.

public art

– Raleigh Arts is continually accepting applications from North Carolina artists for SEEK Raleigh, a series of site-specific art installations and performance art events that engage the community through public art in parks, green spaces, and community spaces across the City of Raleigh.

Last call

The North Carolina Glass Center and Urban Peace Garden in Asheville invite BIPOC Hot Shop art glass artists living outside of western North Carolina to apply for the 2023 BIPOC Glass Artist Residency.

The Museum of Life and Science in Durham is announcing a call for up to two works celebrating nature and inspiring its conservation for 30×30: Art, Nature and Science, a juried exhibition whose title refers to the Association of Zoos and Aquarium’s campaign to protect 30 percent of the world’s land, water and oceans by 2030.

The Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, the custodian and custodian of Research Triangle Park, is seeking NC-based artists to design and install up to six street murals on their Frontier RTP campus.